Annual NSTDA Education Conference

The National Staff Development and Training Association's (NSTDA's) annual conference will feature workshops in the following areas:

  • Administrative support/communications/information design: Support for staff development, training, OD/OE interventions, processes for storage to dissemination of information (e.g., infrastructure, organizational logistics, funding).
  • Performance coaching: Processes, programs, and techniques to help learners improve their job performance, implement what they have learned from training in their work, and contribute to improved agency practice and outcomes.
  • Evaluation/research: Effectiveness of staff development, training, and OD/OE interventions, developing and testing theories of learning, training, development, and transfer of learning.
  • Instructional media: Strategies and tools for the effective use of new and current technologies to enhance teaching and learning in classroom, blended, and e-learning environments.
  • Training/facilitation: Techniques and strategies to include delivering training, directing structured learning, and facilitating groups.
  • Management: Leading in staff development, training, and OD/OE (e.g., improving management structures and processes, linking training and development with other organizational units monitoring contract activities, staff performance)
  • Organizational development and effectiveness: Facilitating organizational improvement, including but not limited to assessing training needs, diagnosing organizational problem areas, OD and OE strategies, and capacity building.
  • Training program and curriculum design: Systematic design and development of training programs and curriculum
  • Workforce planning: Predicting future staff needs of an agency, planning for the attraction, selection, development and retention of current and future workforce. 
Date: 
Sunday, September 17, 2017 (All day) to Wednesday, September 20, 2017 (All day)
Sponsor: 
APHSA
Location: 
Savannah, GA
Event Category: 
conference